- Fitting It In
- Task List
- The Development Process in a Nutshell
- Say Hello
- Create a New Project
- Run in the Simulator
- Set Some XAML Properties
- Change the XAML
- Use the Property Window
- Add a Contract
- Wire up the Flyout
- Add a Live Tile
- Certify your App
- Say What?
- Visual Studio Templates
- Common Files
- Visual Studio 2013 Express
- Using the Simulator
- The XAML Designer
- Blend integration
Can you answer these questions based on what you’ve learned about Win8 app development so far? (Checking the text or Visual Studio isn’t considerd cheating.)
Most of the steps involved in developing an app aren’t any different when you’re working with Win8, but there are two new ones, and one that is more important. What are they?
There are two ways to set a XAML property. What are they?
Why does the property window in the XAML designer look different in this edition of Visual Studio?
What are the four types of project templates?
Congratulations! You’ve finished the chapter. Take a minute to think about what you’ve accomplished before you move on to the next one...
List three things you learned in this chapter:
Why do you think you need to know these things in order to develop Win8 apps?
Is there anything in this chapter that you think you need to understand in more detail? If so, what are you going to do about that?